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Dec 23, 2011 6:30pm EST
, five people were arrested in west field malls. >>> twin suicide bombs killed dozens in syria, two cars blew up at the security areas and no one has claimed responsibility, some pointed to al qaeda, this is a day after the arab officials came to help with ending a plan to the bloodshed. >>> the gop candidates are making a final push and mitt ramallah is trying to show that he is the best republican in the race, but he fired back after taking a shot from the obama administration. the vice-president slammed his economic proposals -- you wonder in what respect he lives in. he should get out and meet with people and he seems to think he and the president made things better. >> ron paul is favored to win in iowa and he is tarting the areas around the shore. >>> a man that disappeared over the weekend and tonight a memorial service was held. another man was pull frd the water and then died, the girl friend that was rescued had hypothermia. >>> more on a santa sleigh colliding with a jet in a display and more on the retiring ed hale and more on the air jordans. look for the updated foreca
Dec 14, 2011 6:30pm EST
: add to that worries about turmoil in north africa. >> egypt, syria, yemen-- all three of which have some oil production, but they also have much greater ramification-- instability there has much greater ramification across their neighbors. >> reporter: given the tug of war in the marketplace, many experts think energy prices will remain volatile. this time of year also tends to be a low-volume market as traders close their books and head out on vacation. erika miller, "nightly business report," new york. >> tom: still ahead, avon's calling for a new c.e.o. the struggling door-to-door cosmetics retailer separates the roles of its chairman and c.e.o. from another round of stress tests to rules on banks trading with their own money, 2012 is shaping up to be another year of new rules and new pressures for banks. kelly king is the chairman and c.e.o. of bb&t. he joins us from winston-salem, north carolina. happy holidays to you, sir, nice to see you again. >> thank you, tom, happy holidays to you as well. >> tom: as you look at the new regulatory environment continuing to take shape in 2
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